Play stopped as parrot lands on player's head

A Brazil ladies’ public group instructional course was delayed after a parrot landed onto the head of player Bruna Benites, on Saturday.

In a now popular video, the flying creature can be seen remaining on Brazil safeguard Benites’ head before then flying the length of the pitch and roosting on the objective netting. Play was continued in no time a while later.

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Taking to her Instagram account, the player posted an incredible subtitle close by a video of the episode, which read: “I will exploit what happened today as, somebody from Mato Grosso, I can’t shroud my sentiment of significant pity for all that is occurring in the Pantanal wetland.

“Thousands of animals are losing their lives due to the fires and if this continues, (rare) moments like what you are seeing in this video will become impossible to see. Let’s be aware. Let’s take care of our biggest heritage which is nature.”

Benites followed her post with another where she clarified the hugeness of her words: “Clearing up a couple of things: the scene yesterday of the parrot presenting on me is definitely not a dismal scene however an emblematic one.

“This doesn’t change the dismal scene we are seeing in the Pantanal wetland and in numerous different spots the world over because of fierce blazes, yet demonstrates there are as yet cognizant individuals who care about our creatures.

“This parrot lives here in a condo in Granja Comary (Rio de Janeiro) with his human family and is a tamed creature, who is all around treated by his proprietors. He is free and that is the reason he consistently visits our instructional meetings.

“He as a rule watches from the evolving rooms, close to the objective, on the crossbar, however yesterday he had the option to see things from an alternate edge and, likely, I was the just one with Pantanal blood (which I’m extremely glad for) and circumstantially, the most elevated point on the pitch, he wound up on me.

“For anyone in any doubt as to whether I consider this luck or randomness, I will use the words someone used in one of the many comments from yesterday: ‘If a ladybird lands on you, it means good luck, now imagine a parrot?'”

Benites, in the past of Houston Dash, plays for Internacional in Brazil. She highlighted for the Brazil public group at London 2012 Olympic Games, however a cruciate tendon physical issue precluded her from including at the 2015 FIFA World Cup.